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Information Mosaic Americas Hires Sigrid Wiley As Product Specialist

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Information Mosaic, a post-trade automation solutions vendor, announced today that it has hired Sigrid Wiley as a product specialist for the Americas region. In this role, Wiley will perform business analysis and consulting tasks, as well as deliver pre-sales support to the Americas sales team. She will also provide input to regional product direction. Wiley will be based in Information Mosaic’s New York offices.

Wiley brings more than 15 years of progressive career experience in finance and technology to Information Mosaic. Prior to joining Information Mosaic, Wiley worked as a senior business systems analyst for the Capital Group Companies in Los Angeles. She has also worked at Swift in New York as well as in their head office in Belgium. Her background also includes a senior business analyst role at Bank of New York Mellon, in which she applied her subject matter expertise to strategic corporate actions projects.

Doug Jeffrey, president of Information Mosaic Americas, commented, “Having someone of Sigrid’s calibre join our team in the Americas is a real benefit to the organisation. Her background in technology and financial services, especially in the area of corporate actions, as well as her exposure to global institutions and other market players, will allow her to contribute almost immediately. One of the pillars of Information Mosaic’s value proposition is our people, and Sigrid will truly be an asset to our efforts in the region.”

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